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SPS Talks: In an Extraordinary Time, What’s Working Well and Why? (Full Version)

A panel of experts reviews the crisis communication plan of the School for Professional Studies (SPS) — what worked well and why. In particular, they will examine the processes that drove decisions. This webinar is part of SPS’ six-part interactive webinar series, “Staying Effective in Uncertain Times.”

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